Wildomar News: The Year 1919

  1. January 1, 1919

Article from January 1, 1919Wildomar

[Daily Press Special News Service]

Wildomar. January 1, 1919. - The Christmas holiday here was quiet, many nice dinners with friends, but not much doing socially. Both the Collier families enjoyed their Christmas with friends at Riverside. Mrs. B. F. Taylor entertained Postmaster Orvis and family for Christmas. Miss Ammon gave a treat Tuesday afternoon to her pupils at school, and then dismissed them until January 2, 1919. Miss Verna Rail of Murrieta was calling at A. L. Matthews' Christmas and says that they have all recovered from their attack of flu. Ft. J. Brown is having a serious time with his injured foot. He walks with the aid of crutches and says it may be two months before he is well again. Mrs. Geo. Cunningham reports quite a little money raised at the Red Cross drive for new members last week. 'No.one ill here at present with the flu in our neighborhood. Word received from Archie Latter, who has been ill with the flu at the Mare Island hospital, reports that he is about well.

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